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Details have emerged about the incident in September that led to the Secret Service director to resign. The Department of Homeland Security, which oversees the Secret Service, launched a review.
A grand jury is expected to announce soon whether Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, will be indicted. The city is on edge as everyone waits for the decision.
Jeremy Hammond is currently serving 10 years in Manchester Federal Prison for his cyber attacks. He thinks the feds tracked him down because he used his cat's name in his password.
The question is whether a sandwich-making company should hire migrant laborers from Hungary. Media outlets can report: The earl of Sandwich says Hungary workers make good sandwiches.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with sports correspondent Tom Goldman about the FIFA investigation into the World Cup bidding process. On Thursday, the organization cleared Russia and Qatar of corruption.
The agreement in the months-long dispute was announced today and the two former adversaries will resume normal business "immediately," according to a press release.